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The Girl Who Stayed at Home [DVD] [1919]

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Synopsis

The Girl Who Stayed at Home
Out of all of Griffith's films about the Great War, this one impressed the least. Perhaps Carol Dempster should share part of the blame for this -- it was her first starring vehicle and her hyperactive performance was soundly upstaged by her charismatic co-star Clarine Seymour. In brief, the plot concerns two brothers, Ralph (Richard Barthelmess) and James Grey (Robert Harron), and the girls who love them (Dempster and Seymour, respectively). Ralph is the good boy who hurries to enlist and winds up in France, where he meets up with Dempster. James, meanwhile, is a lazy reprobate who stays at home and is reformed by cabaret girl Seymour. Griffith's directing style, at this point in his career, was already starting to fall behind the times. Nevertheless, Harron's performance, along with Seymour's, shines. Tragically, both young actors would die in 1920. ~ Janiss Garza, Rovi

Cast & Crew

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    Syn de Conde - Count de Brissac
  • Tully Marshall
    Tully Marshall
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    Frances Parkes - The Chum
  • Richard Barthelmess
    Richard Barthelmess - Ralph Grey
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    Kate Bruce - Mrs. Edward Grey
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